NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity. For over 130 years, they have been working hard to help stop child abuse and neglect. The Game Safe Festival is an opportunity to play and act to keep children safe online. By working together, along with the whole gaming community, we can help make sure children have positive gaming experiences whilst also supporting the adults in their lives by educating, building confidence and providing tools they need to help keep children safe when they game.
Whether you're a gamer, a parent/carer or an industry professional, there are many ways you can get involved in the event from educational workshops and safeguarding conferences to epic eSports tournaments, Discord discussions and giveaway prizes. Join the conversation today!
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For more information about the NSPCC, the Game Safe Festival and how you can get involved, please read here.
NSPCC is a registered charity in England and Wales 216401, Scotland SC037717 and Jersey 384. National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.